Incidental music written to accompany Bodyprints, a series of large innovative drawings by artist Terre Rybovich. This hour-long piece (the first installment in a three-part series) blends ambient drones, field recordings and electronic enhancements into an hypnotic melange of magic realism. To view Rybovich's work, you can visit www.terrerybovich.com Topics: drone, field recordings, ambient, magic realism, sound art
The aim of this article is to study Kevin Brockmeier’s Things that Fall from the Sky (2002) from Magic Realist viewpoint. Things that fall from the Sky is a short story which is selected from a short story collection titled Things that Fall from the Sky. Magic Realism is a literary movement that tries to give real states to the world of mind. The movement originated in the fiction writings of Latin American writers describes the world of reality and challenges the traditional perceptions of... Topics: Kevin Brockmeier, Postmodernism, Magic Realism, Pastiche, Reality, Fantasy
San Francisco-based muralist Jet Martinez talks about Art & Politics as part of the ongoing Shaping San Francisco Talks series at CounterPULSE. Martinez hails from Mexico originally, and he paints magical realist images of nature, incorporating metallic paints and repetitive geometric patterns (that in turn evoke both pre-industrial textiles and industrially homogenous designs) with natural forms from trees, leaves, and more. Topics: art, politics, Shaping San Francisco, Talks, murals, magic realism
First aired 31 May 2013.An accident at the flat leaves the gang of 'The Role-Playing Hour' homeless and destitute. But surely they have friends who can help? Also, My Kitchen Rules: Soggy Biscuit Edition! Gabriel Gloria Garcia Marquestefan! Roland! Damn morphodites!Starring:Steve Parker as the Gor-Don, the Disembodied Alien IntelligenceAnthony Santamaria as JimJack Pointon as ClutterbuckThe DM as himselfWritten by the DM Topics: The Role-Playing Hour, comedy, podcast, magic realism, To Kill a Mockingbird, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Brochure of an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, from January 30 to March 5, 1975. Topic: Magic realism (art) -- United States -- Exhibitions. Art, American -- Exhibitions. Art, Modern --...